Nepal Jamboree fundraising gig

January 26 2018

A PARTY of 50 Explorer Scouts and adults from Cabot district will set off for their third Namaste Nepal Jungle Jamboree in October.

A PARTY of 50 Explorer Scouts and adults from Cabot district will set off for their third Namaste Nepal Jungle Jamboree in October. 

It’s a camp for the local Scout groups in Meghauli and the surrounding villages where young people from Bishopston, Redland, Henleaze and Westbury-on-Trym help to run the activities alongside children from Nepal.

A massive fundraising effort is currently under way to raise funds for those taking part in the event. Jon Ashby and Tony Wood, the duo behind ‘Hip Replacements’, have kindly offered to do a gig to raise funds for the Jungle Jamboree.  

Dance the night away with Hip Replacements at The King’s Arms on Whiteladies Road. Friday 2nd March from 8pm, featuring a mix of Motown, Northern Soul, Funk, 70s, 80s, New Romantic, Ska and more.  Tickets only £5 from annmarie@rpca.co.uk 

All proceeds to Cabot District Scouts expedition to Nepal to run the 2018 Jungle Jamboree.